When fandom crosses the line, it turns destructive or even dangerous. These are the torrid waters upon which EFFIGY, the new Vertigo series from Tim Seeley and Marley Zarcone, sails. Telling the story of Chondra Jackson, a rookie cop who was once the child star of a kid friendly sci-fi TV show, Effigy is a tale of murder, obsession and celebrity that will keep you guessing with every frightening new page.
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DC All Access may bring you the latest announcements from the world of DC comics, TV, movies and games, but the series made quite an announcement of its own yesterday when it introduced its brand new co-host, Jason Inman.
In the twelve years since its debut, Fables has expanded from a bestselling monthly comic book to become a franchise as robust as any other in comics. Snow White, Bigby Wolf, Rose Red and the rest of the Fabletown crew have appeared in multiple comic book spinoffs, crossovers, novels, graphic novels, fan conventions and recently, an acclaimed video game from Telltale Games. However, they’re about to enter a world that even the globetrotting Cinderella has yet to experience: the weekly world of digital first comics.
When compared to Gotham or The Flash, Constantine may seem to have pretty small cast of core characters, but every single one of them comes directly from the comics. Well, all of them except for one: Manny, the mysterious angel who was first introduced in the show’s pilot and will play a key role in the episodes ahead.
DC All Access returns tomorrow with an all-new episode hosted by the always enthusiastic Tiffany Smith and Blair Herter. We caught up with our two co-hosts while they were shooting this week’s episode and sat them down for a little conversation on all things All Access. Here’s what went down…
In this week’s episode of “DC All Access,” Tiffany spoke with FBP: Federal Bureau of Physics writer Simon Oliver and series editor Mark Doyle about the science-heavy comic. Well, we were curious about where the science ended and the fiction began in the world of FBP, so we asked Oliver to clear a few things up for us.
Vertigo Comics was launched in 1993 as a venue for comic books and graphic novels that are edgier and more sophisticated in nature. Since its beginning, it has been home to some of the most acclaimed comics to come out of the medium—The Sandman, Fables, Y: The Last Man, Preacher, Transmetropolitan…The list goes on and is growing by the year.